Exporters applying for SIELs and SITCLs on the SPIRE system will need to specify the type of end user from Wednesday 8 July 2015.
The European Commission has published an online questionnaire for exporters of dual use items. The Export Control Organisation encourages all exporters of these items to respond.
The Export Control Organisation (ECO) is currently handling a very high volume of applications for SIELs. As a result we are missing our primary target. ECO is working hard to bring to bring performance back on track, and we apologise for the inconvenience to exporters.
Notice to Exporters 2015/16: amendment to the Export Control Order 2008 (‘the main Order’) – changes to Schedule 1, 2 and 3
The Export Control Organisation (ECO) has amended the Export Control Order 2008. Changes have been made to Schedule 1, 2 and 3 of the Order.
Notice to Exporters 2015/15: amendment to The Export Control Order 2008 (‘the main Order’) – Schedule 2 replaced
The Export Control Organisation has amended the Export Control Order 2008 with a replacement of Schedule 2 of the Order.
The Export Control Organisation’s Checker Tools are now available on the SPIRE online export licensing system, as well as directly via the internet.
Private Venture (PV) security grading and PV Exhibition Clearance (Ex) applications can now be made and submitted using the SPIRE online export licensing system
The Export Control Organisation has added South Sudan to the prohibited destinations schedule of two Open General Export Licences.
ECO has made amendments to the goods schedules of two Open General Export Licences (OGELs) and an Open General Trade Control Licence (OGTCL).
The updated application process for Open Individual Export Licences (OIELs) is now live.